as the title states, let’s say i do have the following model: Question 1: How can i display count as summarized number i.e. 7 in a Text? Question 2: Is there a technicality, which could allow such summarization ? What i tried: Formatter function. Issue: Formatter, function sumCount, does get the value of each row, i.e. 3, 4 etc…, which
I’m working on a small xml/html interface to list a bunch of buttons, and I’m having an issue with what I think is it looking for item types in nodes it shouldn’t be. The XML has a <set> of groups, and inside that will be <items> which has a <type>, a ‘button’ or ‘break’. After a check if <type> is
I have got some HTML code through AJAX responseText, which is 350-400 lines long. It has been stored in the variable text as string and I would like to parse it to XML. However, some of the content is removed while parsing. The result ends in the script part and none of the body part of the code can be
I am trying to convert the JSON to XML but not getting exact output.In My JSON having array object it not converting that to XML array.Mainly array object is not converting into XML as expected Actual Output: Expected Output: Please guide me if i am missing anything from the code to get my expected result Answer replace your OBJtoXML function
How can I implement an if-else condition in a XML-View in SAPUI5 that uses a flag (condition) from a JSONModel? So far I have a Controller: and a View: Edit: Is there a better way to do it than by implementing an overkill-feeling XML-Preprocessor? Answer OpenUI5 supports Preprocessing Instructions and Expression Binding. With Preprocessing Instructions you can do stuff like
I’m trying to parse an XML response from a service using JQuery 1.11 At the moment my code works but only in Chrome, not for IE or Firefox and I need it works for all “modern” browsers. Here you are a sample of my XML Here you are my code and here you are my jsfiddle so you can try
I have a series of variables that have a decimal point and a few zeros. How do I strip the variable so it goes from 1.000 to 1? Answer Simply… …assuming you want to round 1.7 to 2. If not, use Math.floor for 1.7 to 1.